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Contribution Of Remote Sensing And GIS For Monitoring Space-Time of Land In Msila Forest ( Algeria, North West)

Abstract : Background : These forests include mainly M'sila forest in northwestern Algeria, which in recent years, to undergo a sharp decline that threatens its survival. Objective : This delicate situation required a short follow-up, medium and long terme to better prevent such events, to understand the main mechanisms and propose relevant solutions by understanding the structure and dynamics of vegetation and soil surface conditions. Methodology : Analysis of satellite images from the NDVI, allowed us to locate changes in the forest area. Results and conclusion : The study showed that the magnitude of changes in land cover between 1987 and 2014, especially a regressive evolution of 30,82 % of the space was found.
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Chafik M 'Hamdia, Mohamed Benyahia, Mustapha Mahmoud Dif, Afaf Baki, Sofiane Bouazza, et al.. Contribution Of Remote Sensing And GIS For Monitoring Space-Time of Land In Msila Forest ( Algeria, North West). Advances in Environmental Biology, AENSE, 2016. ⟨hal-01700109⟩

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